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Why does precipitation not always appear on the radar?
Yes, the cloud that forms behind a jet airplane does have a name. Meteorologist Grant Gilmore has the answer.
A WFMY News 2 viewer snapped a picture and asked 2WTK what type of cloud it was and how it formed.
How do we know what's happening in the atmosphere? The weather balloon!
This summer is among the wettest summers on record, but single day rainfall hasn't even come close to record proportions.
When an inch of rain falls do you really know how much water that equates to over an acre?
In the summer the heat of the day is often something you what to avoid, but do you know when this typically occurs?
How does lightning create the sound of thunder?
Do tornadoes need low clouds in order to form?
The spring severe weather season is not the only time during the year to have a heightened awareness for tornadoes.
Tornado Alley has expanded and now includes most of the eastern half of the United States.
Building a severe weather emergency kit is just as important as seeking shelter during severe weather.
It's a little taste of the fall season. Expect to start the work week in the upper 40s.
News 2's Grant Gilmore shows you how to receive text alerts on your phone in the event of severe weather.
Have you ever noticed that during some seasons of the year we experience move severe weather more than others?
Meteorologist Grant Gilmore explains how heavy rainfall can quickly turn into a flash flooding.
Meteorologist Grant Gilmore explains the science behind the ring around the moon.
The Saffir Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale is how hurricanes are categorized. Meteorologist Grant Gilmore breaks down the details...